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Mark Seliger “Listen” Exhibition

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Mark Seliger: Listen- an exhibition of personal and evocative photographs by acclaimed contemporary photographer MarkSeliger.

The exhibition includes 30 large-scale platinum palladium prints depicting nudes, still lifes, portraits, and New York cityscapes. Along with the exhibition, Seliger released his new book with the same title, Listen (Rizzoli New York, 2010), featuring 90 tritone photographs and an interview with the artist by leading American magazine designer Fred Woodward. Many of the photographs are on exhibition for the first time.

Mark Seliger: Listen is in a sense a memento mori, a tribute to his late father. It follows in the tradition of photographers and painters such as Weston, Stieglitz, and Cézanne who, at a certain age, focus on elegiac studies of the nude, the landscape, and the still life. The pictures are Seliger’s meditations through slow looking. These photographs speak to us metaphorically of the eternal themes of love and death. They pay homage to Seliger’s forebears Brandt, Kertesz, Hosoe, and Penn. The nuanced tones of the platinum palladium convey the rich textures of Seliger’s sensibilities.

Steven Kasher Gallery, 521 W 23rd St, NYC, 212-966-3978, Jan 27-Feb 26, 2011

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